Thursday, January 05, 2012

Iran: restriction

An Azerbaijan newsagency reports that Brigadier-General Bagher Afshar and 8 members of Iranian Law Enforcement Police in Qazvin are arrested because they raped female students in gangbang.
The agents who have to control the Islamic dress code and moral security scheme, stopped cars with female drivers.
The women, mostly young female students who were deemed to be not properly dressed were with their cars taken to Sherkat-e-Naft Parking . It was told to them that they might get into trouble and would probably be sentenced to years in prison and their personal data and telephonenumbers were taken.
It was also said that maybe the policeofficer could solve the problem.
In following days, the police officers would call the students asking them to come to the parking lot where the cars were held, and began to rape them in the parking lot.

The political prisoner Ali Chak, who is in Mahabad Public Prison is after he received an injection on the prisoninfirmery paralysed in both legs.
Despite this, he was returned to his cellblock.
e serves a prisonsentence of 7 years.

The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran writes that in the 6 months between March 21 and September 21 in West and East Azerbaijan province more then 320 cultural, political, womens rights and humanrightsactivists were arrested.
It is reported that in prisons in Azerbaijan more then 10 executions took place.Names are: Tohid Masoumi Dajin, Khaled Esmaili, Masoud Ghavi Najah, Aref Rashidpour, Esfandiar Mandahaki, Teymour (Timan) Ayoubian, Sadigh Nemani, Mehdi Kohan and Younes Aghaian.
On the site of International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran is a list with 45 names of activists from the protests at Lake Urmia who were sentenced to a total of 75 years in prison.

The Iranian cyberpolice made new guidelines for the use of internetcafes to enforce control of the internet. Users have to give personal information such as their name, father's name, national ID number, and telephone number. Cafe owners will be required to keep the personal and contact information of their clients and also a record of their browsing history for six months.

A spokesman of the judiciary said that calling to boycot the parliamentary elections of March 2012 is a crime.
He said this after the news of the filtering of the website of Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani.


In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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